Deal effectively with sibling rivalry
Kate can't stand Tom receiving birthday presents...
When I compliment Jane, Leo complains I don't love him...
Whenever I turn my back, my kids start fighting...
Jeremy can't accept that he has fewer privileges than his older sister...
I just can't understand why my daughters can't just be best friends...
Acquire knowledge and skills to help children stop competing and get the most out of their relationships with each other!
At the end of the interactive 4-session training you’ll know how to:
Help your children to understand their feelings of envy and jealousy towards each other
Cope with your children’s competitiveness and insecurity
Let you go of expectations and create an atmosphere of mutual acceptance and respect
Help your children to express their feelings acceptably
Help your children to resolve sibling conflicts independently
Nieuw voor 2018
Intensive, interactive course on 4 Monday evenings
Parents and professionals involved with competitive brothers and sisters from 4-18
When (2 options):
June 11, 18, 25; July 2, 7.30-10.00 pm or
September 10, 17, 24; October 1, 7.30-10.00 pm
Matchpartner, Boerhaavelaan 4, 2334EN Leiden
(2 minutes’ walk from Leiden Station; free parking)
With thanks to Matchpartner for their hospitality!
219 euros including refreshments and materials
What the 4 sessions cover
How to understand your children's versions of the bad and the ugly in their siblings so that you can begin to understand the 'hatefulness triggers' in your family
How to help your children to understand and deal with their hostility towards each other so that they can begin to accept and regulate their feelings
How to love each of your children uniquely, according to their current needs so that comparisons no longer wreak havoc in your family
How to intervene effectively in fights so that your children can learn from their differences and begin to resolve conflicts honourably and independently
Humane and uplifting ...
“Alison's courses help everyone in our family to feel seen and valued. We can appreciate each other again
- a gift. ”
Claire van Oers, Leiden